AAAE holds approximately 80 domestic and international meetings each year with more than 11,000 attendees, comprised of airport and aviation executives. AAAE's meetings deliver industry knowledge tailored for airport professionals and offer important training and networking opportunities for career growth and business development.

MEETINGS

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October 5-6, 2019
San Antonio, TX
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Finance & Legal
General Aviation
Get a comprehensive and thorough introduction to the business of airport management focusing on managing non-airline related business functions at airports of any size.
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October 13-15, 2019
Denver, CO
Finance & Legal
Security
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of airport legal issues, earn CLE credits, and network with government officials and lawyers at this important workshop.
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October 21, 2019
Savannah, GA
Finance & Legal
Passenger Facility Charges are a significant funding source for almost every large, medium, small and non-hub airport in the U.S. Workshop attendees will receive an overview of the PFC process, hear the FAA’s perspective on PFCs, and will have the opportunity to network with their peers, members of the financial community, FAA staff and other PFC stakeholders.
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October 21-23, 2019
Savannah, GA
Finance & Legal
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Airport managers rely on input from many sources and must deal with both expected and unexpected variability as continued uncertainty makes the process of establishing airline rates and charges an even more challenging process. Workshop attendees will be armed with the information, tools, and case study history necessary to preserve the financial health of their airports, and their relationships with their airlines & other stakeholders.
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December 4-6, 2019
Austin, TX
Finance & Legal
General Aviation
Operations, Safety, Planning and Construction
Learn best practices, discuss strategies and issues, share experiences, and exchange insights with speakers from Unison, the FAA, airports, airlines, rating agencies, and the public finance sector. Also, hear from your peers on how they’ve managed CIPs through the last recession, airline industry consolidation, and all the uncertainties facing airports.